Monthly Archives | June 2008
This is the sequel to Poison Study and is the second in the Study trilogy. After the events in the […]
Posted on 28 June 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
ISBN: 9780575073784 The road the Romans made traversed North Wales a little way inland, between the weather off the Irish […]
Posted on 27 June 2008 | By Fence
What’s this, what’s this? A post from me that’s more than a review? What’s this, what’s this? More than just […]
Posted on 24 June 2008 | By Fence | 7 responses
It seems increasingly likely that I really will undertake the expedition that has been occupying my imagination now for some days.
The Remains of the Day is about Stevens, a butler in a “grand old English house”. He spent his life trying to be a “great” butler in the service of Lord Darlington. With the death of Darlington he remains in Darlington Hall working for the new owner a rich American, Mr Farraday. It is at Mr. Farraday’s suggestion that Stevens, our narrator, first begins thinking about taking a short trip out into the English countryside, and to see Miss Kenton. Now Mrs. Benn she recently sent him a letter, hinting, Stevens thinks, at her unhappy marriage and her wish to return to service in Darlington Hall. On his journey Stevens reflects over his life and the changes he has seen.
Posted on 24 June 2008 | By Fence | 1 response
A Discworld novel. LibraryThing : More reviews We first met Moist Von Lipwig back in Going Postal, now, with the […]
Posted on 24 June 2008 | By Fence
IMDb ; Other reviews I just don’t know. I really wanted to like this film. The few trailers I saw […]
Posted on 17 June 2008 | By Fence | 7 responses
IMdb ; Other reviews I’m one of the few who seem to have liked Ang Lee’s version of the Hulk, […]
Posted on 17 June 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
Is full of fun. Or so the advertising tells me, and that must be true Still I did have fun […]
Posted on 15 June 2008 | By Fence
This film’s release here and in Britain was delayed for a considerable time due to the supposed similarities between the plot and the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. I can see what it happened, but in reality there aren’t that many similarities. The film is about Patrick Kenzie and his “associate” Angie Gennaro who have been hired to track down a missing child, Amanda McCready. Almost at once they find out that the media story isn’t quite the truth.
Posted on 10 June 2008 | By Fence | 9 responses
Peter Sinclair is 29, and, following his girlfriend’s attempted suicide he runs away from London, to the countryside. There he […]
Posted on 8 June 2008 | By Fence | 5 responses
Do you know that I have watched no real telly so far this week. Okay, so I spent the long […]